In an effort to make PDF documents more accessible and beneficial for customers, Adobe and Dropbox are teaming up to offer integration in Acrobat DC, Acrobat Reader, and in Dropbox’s site and apps. Dropbox and Adobe customers will first notice the integration in Acrobat DC and Reader on the desktop with Acrobat Reader and Dropbox for iOS picking up the integration later this year. For Acrobat users, Dropbox integration means three things: easily find and send files stored in Dropbox using Acrobat in a single workflow, manipulate and collaborate with PDF files using either service including Adobe eSign integration, and ensure documents are accessible through Dropbox wherever you’re working. expand full story
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Adobe Document Cloud now available w/ Acrobat DC, Fill & Sign, & eSign Manager DC for iOS
Adobe announced its new Document Cloud service a few weeks ago including new iOS apps for handling documents on-the-go. Described as the digital document hub, Adobe’s Document Cloud includes integration with new apps for iPhone and iPad.
Adobe Fill & Sign for iPad is out now with integration with new Adobe Acrobat DC app allowing you to complete PDF forms right down to your signature from your iPad. Adobe EchoSign for both iPhone and iPad is now Adobe eSign Manager DC as it now integrates with the Document Cloud service. At the center of the mobile experience is the previously mentioned Adobe Acrobat DC for both iPhone and iPad. Formerly Adobe Reader, the new Adobe Acrobat DC app is the company’s PDF management app showcasing the new Document Cloud service.
The new and updated apps are available now on the App Store and come included with an Adobe Document Cloud subscription which starts at $14.99/month after a 30-day free trial. Full Adobe Creative Cloud members can also access Document Cloud through Adobe Acrobat DC at no additional charge.